Ipswich: Printed and Sold by George Jermyn; Sold Also by F. and C. Rivington, 1798. First edition. An interesting look at post-revolutionary France, with other miscellaneous anecdotes, poems and antiquarian tid bits, including a poem "The Pleasures of Insanity," an "Anecdote of Witchcraft," "The Powers of Wine," etc.
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London: Printed for T. Waller, 1752. The Second Edition, "corrected and enlarged." The first was published in 1750. NCBEL II, 1419; ESTC T63180 records seven copies. ¶ A fascinating and lively tourist guide to Paris, with recommendations for cafes, wine, travel by coach, notable monuments and buildings, dealing with the.....